Take A LOOK AT OUR SHOP!!, Though we no longer do any of that spa SH!*T (sorry)
Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will assist you in every step of your body modification. Our Tattoo Artists pride themselves on spending the proper time with you to plan, draw and apply your new tattoo. Our shop features:
*CRYSTA VAN AME*
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NEWS!!!! Have you ever wanted to work at a Tattoo Shop? Well, here is your chance - Tiki Town Tattoo is looking for a part-time Receptionist / Front End person for Sunday & Monday - if you are interested, please drop off your resume to Tiki Town at #101, 1026 - 16 Avenue N.W. between 11:00 am to 7:00 pm.
At Tiki Town we use the Statim Bravo Autoclave, the best and fastest autoclave systems in the world. This allows us to guarantee that the tools for each tattoo will be individually sterilized for each client. This means the tools come right out of the autoclave and are immediately used, thus eliminating any risk of cross contamination.
Here at Tiki Town every tattoo is done using brand new single-use disposable needles for all Tattoos. All needles are disposed of properly after the tattoo and will never be re-used.
Another thing that you will see that is different at Tiki Town Tattoo is all the artist's procedural wipe towels are autoclaved, in individual packages. We are not of the belief of wiping, fresh / in process tattoos's with UN-processed (or) Dye Processed household paper-towel. This is to up keep some of the highest health standards, this STANDARD has been our fundamental routine now for over 7+ years.
Why is an autoclave imperative for tattoo tools?
An autoclave is an imperative tool that you should find at any high end studio. This is due to the fact that most studio tools can come into contact with other clients bodily fluids. Any time that any of the tools come into contact with any bodily fluids and is reusable, use of an autoclave is considered to be critical; and in fact, not using an autoclave would be against all principles of sterilization practices. This would be no different than a surgeon disinfecting his tools between patients. If this were the case, you would never allow that surgeon to even come close to you with those tools. So why is this accepted by a customer in this industry?